Nicole Scherzinger was proudly displaying her incredible figure in a pale pink bikini as she showed off her dance moves with her shirtless beau Thom Evans on Thursday.
The singer, 42, danced along to the song Lion Lover from Netflix’s Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga, in the fast-paced video posted to her boyfriend’s Instagram Stories.
It comes following reports that Nicole and Thom are already trying for a baby, as they begin house hunting for a new love nest together in London.
As ever Nicole proudly displaying her pale pink two-piece as she danced alongside her hunky beau on the beach.
Thom showed off his own ripped physique in green swimming shorts as they both danced to the energetic song Lion Lover, which is performed by Dan Stevens in the film.
Thom simple caption the video with ‘#eurovisionmovie’ along with a lion and a crying laughing emoji.
Nicole and Thom have been soaking up the sunshine together in Portugal, amid reports they’re already trying for a baby together.
A source told The Sun: ‘Thom told pals he’s been taking supplements to boost fertility.
‘Nicole and Thom are ridiculously loved-up, and have had serious conversations about everything from marriage to babies.
‘Thom currently lives with his brother and a housemate in London which hardly makes for a romantic love nest. They are looking to buy a house together once lockdown is over.’
The pair first met last October when Thom became a contestant on The X Factor: Celebrity while she served as a judge.
And their relationship has since gone from strength to strength as they divide their time between Nicole’s Los Angeles home and London.
Last month they jetted off on a romantic beach getaway in Portugal to celebrate the pop star’s birthday, which they’ve documented with plenty of swimsuit-clad snaps.
The couple have also taken their relationship to the next level as they spent Father’s Day with Thom’s mum and dad, Sally and Brian.
The rugby star had already met Nicole’s parents, Rosemary and Alfonso, after bonding with them over the Christmas period.